Showers and thunderstorms currently ongoing are expected to possibly redevelop and intensify over an area of the Southeast where severe weather is possible today.
Some of the precipitation from those Southeast storms will develop from a low pressure system associated with the other system forming the severe weather.
The Southwest should be fine except for a West Coast storm that may cause some sprinkles and showers the closer you get to the Coast.
The Northwest will be soggy and gross with another low pressure system off the West Coast.
Snowfall will occur, associated with a low pressure system. It could be heavy at times, with accumulations up to 6 inches.
Some rain will occur in the far south Midwest. Otherwise, a Canadian high pressure will keep the area cool.
High pressure will keep the area dry.